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...I have taught test prep with several tutoring agencies for over two years. Although I took the SAT over 10 years ago, I have recently taken a diagnostic test, on which I scored 780. I am also trained to teach the New SAT, which differs significantly from the current SAT and will launch in 2016.

...Used James Stewart's textbook "Calculus". -Used calculus extensively in physical oceanography research as a post-baccalaureate student I believe the best way to learn Calculus is by doing as many practice problems. I know from my personal experience that many topics in Calculus (beyond simple ...

...I tutor high school (AP) and college level **physics**. High school level topics I tutor include kinematics, fluid mechanics, electrostatics, thermodynamics, and wave motion. College level topics I tutor include astro**physics**, classical mechanics, electrodynamics, quantum mechanics, special relativity, statistical mechanics, optics, and wave phenomena.

...Taught intro CS classes which require good working knowledge of discrete math. I have a B.S. in Math including a 200-level course in Linear Algebra. In addition, my course work and research in **physics** over the last 10 years uses Linear Algebra, including eigenvector/eigenvalue problems and some...

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